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Film Maker - | 3  
1 Jul 2008 /  #691
no its not to advertise this film, its because there are not many black guys in Poland and that makes the story more interesting and unique and I also happened to be familiar with both Polish culture and a little bit of black culture as well, so it would be easier for me to make a documentary about something which I am already familiar with.
Wulkan - | 3,212  
2 Jul 2008 /  #692
its because there are not many black guys in Poland and that makes the story more interesting and unique and I also happened to be familiar with both Polish culture and a little bit of black culture as well

there are not many black girls eather so why black girl with polish guy wouldn't suit to this film?
VaFunkoolo 6 | 654  
2 Jul 2008 /  #693
Perhaps because of the obvious discomfort this type of relationship causes to some. A topical subject and will probably be an interesting programme
Film Maker - | 3  
2 Jul 2008 /  #694
there are not many black girls eather so why black girl with polish guy wouldn't suit to this film?

It could suit this film but it is more difficult to find a Polish guy with a black girl who would have the same stressing and problematic situation as a Polish girl would have in relation with black guys. but I am also interested in Polish guys and black girls if their case is interested enough, so if any one knows a couple like that please let me know or rather let them know so they can contact me.
masks98 27 | 289  
7 Jul 2008 /  #695
I also happened to be familiar with both Polish culture and a little bit of black culture as well,

lol, whats "black culture"?
Zgubiony 15 | 1,553  
7 Jul 2008 /  #696
Prob the stereotypical US "Hip hop" culture or African culture? Who knows.

.....they (some establishments) do classify it as "black music" in Poland :)
masks98 27 | 289  
7 Jul 2008 /  #697
yea I listen to hip-hop, but I hate that it gets called blac culture, cuz then people look at me dissapointed when they see that I dont have a gun, that i walk and talk in a regular manner
Zgubiony 15 | 1,553  
7 Jul 2008 /  #698
Hahaha, wait, you don't? ;) Shucks.....

I think people just don't know what to call anything anymore. I'm comfortable with my black friends, so we mess around a lot, but I think some people just don't know. I live in the NY area, so I was brought up with a mix of friends. White people get nervous to say the wrong thing....and I'm sure you notice this soimetimes.
masks98 27 | 289  
7 Jul 2008 /  #699
yeah a lot of the liberal yuppies in New york try too hard to be politically correct, it pisses me off, they're so patronizing, blacks complain a lot but its actually easy to get ahead in new york if you;'re black, because they expect so much less. There are racists of course but there are also too many patronizing liberals. I used to hav`e people make a point of showin g their support for barak obama in front of me, i used to tell them I was voting for Giuliani, it's like their pubic hairs fell off when I said that haha.
Zgubiony 15 | 1,553  
7 Jul 2008 /  #700
Hahaha, I can see this happening :) It's all good though man. It makes for some excellent comedy when delivered proper :)
EbonyandBathory 5 | 249  
8 Jul 2008 /  #701
Why is Hip-hop considered "Black culture" when 90% of it's audience is white?
osiol 55 | 3,921  
8 Jul 2008 /  #702
Why is Hip-hop considered "Black culture" when

there's jazz, blues, soul, funk, disco, reggae, soca, countless African styles from palm wine and hilife to mgqashiyo and South African a capella music, Latin styles such as Samba, Cumbia, Merenge and Salsa, stretching from Argentina to Mexico and beyond...
Zgubiony 15 | 1,553  
8 Jul 2008 /  #703
Why is Hip-hop considered "Black culture" when 90% of it's audience is white?

Where did hip-hop/Rap originate? Yeah, many white people listen to some (including myself), but I still think we should recognize it's origination.

Is it a bad thing that it's considered "black culture"? It is successful and influential, no?
EbonyandBathory 5 | 249  
8 Jul 2008 /  #704
I guess my real question is; "What is Black culture?" I mean, like any group, many of its members have different values and sentiments, why do we contribute things as "being Black?" Can I, as a white person, not like jazz? Or soul? I certainly do. And is it not possible for a Black man to enjoy country and western music? Or blue grass? Why do we pigeonhole people when each member of each group, and the human race for that matter, is different. Just easier, I guess.

Also, I want to clarify that I wasn't suggesting that Hip Hop be considered "white culture" or any sillyness like that, just simply saying that we like to think we understand the "minority experience" when the only experience we can truly understand is our own.
osiol 55 | 3,921  
8 Jul 2008 /  #705
is it not possible for a Black man to enjoy country and western music?

Phyllis Dillon was amongst a reasonable number of Jamaican reggae singers to indulge in a bit of country from time to time.

Before I listed those styles of music, I did put the word black in inverted commas.

There is no black culture.
There is no white culture.
There are many cultures, some black, some white, many both or neither.
isthatu2 4 | 2,694  
8 Jul 2008 /  #706
simple, Scottish overseers "allowed " black slaves to take part in their church services where highland plainsong was the style of hyms. This mutated into Gospal,which produced blues,jazz etc etc...so ,Black culture is actually Scottish :)

Funny,Ive spotted some things I can relate to here. I usd to date a black girl,no white or black guys batted an eyelid,my black mate dated lots of white girls,ditto,only people with the problems were other black girls...go figure :)

On that note,anyone noticed that Denzel never has a thang with white actresses in his movies? Reason for this is that in the one film where he did it caused an outcry from some "sisters" group !
Zgubiony 15 | 1,553  
8 Jul 2008 /  #707
I guess my real question is; "What is Black culture?" I mean, like any group, many of its members have different values and sentiments, why do we contribute things as "being Black?"

Well, I guess that would depend on where the person originated. Black culture can be pretty broad IMO. African culture, Jamaican culture, American culture Haitian...etc.

Can I, as a white person, not like jazz? Or soul? I

What kind of question is this? Who said anything about rules?
EbonyandBathory 5 | 249  
8 Jul 2008 /  #708
I didn't say anything about rules. I'm simply saying, as are you, that if there is a "Black culture" it is unbelievably broad. My point was, that if Hip Hop was to represent "the Black experience", then it isn't doing a very good job. Masks said earlier that while he enjoys hip hop, people are fascinated to find that he does not own a gun. He was joking, but it's not that far off. A lot of people get their only impression of this so-called "Black culture" from Hip Hop music and therefore are given an impression, certainly from mainstream Hip Hop, that "being Black" is about being violent and hypersexual. If that's the case than call me wrong, but I wouldn't suppose so.
masks98 27 | 289  
8 Jul 2008 /  #709
no you're right, a lot of white people who have nothiing against black people nevertheless say **** like "you don't act black" or "you're not really black" because I speak good english and I stay out of jail, well that's racist, even if they don't mean it. It's very dumb too which is worse. They equate black with violence or decadence of any shape or form.
EbonyandBathory 5 | 249  
8 Jul 2008 /  #710
Exactly. If I like Otis Redding, Spike Lee, and chicken wings, does that make me Black? Even a little? See how ridiculous that sounds. It's human nature to put people in groups, it's easier to colonize our minds by thinking that all minorities are the same than actually imagine that each one may be different. Thinking you know something about someone before you've met them is a dangerous business. Best to get to know people before you form your opinions of them. I certainly don't know what "being Black" means but I'm sure it's not as simple as baggy jeans and platinum chains.
TSJenkins - | 5  
10 Jul 2008 /  #711
THE BLACK ARE ALWAYS AFTER OUR WOMEN THIS IS UNNATURAL AND GOT TO STOP
VaFunkoolo 6 | 654  
10 Jul 2008 /  #712
Oh you're going to make lots of friends here I can see
szarlotka 8 | 2,208  
10 Jul 2008 /  #713
Not me. He shouts too loud man. Next thing you know he'll be using bold, italics and all that other stuff besides capital letters. Only two grammatical mistakes though.
masks98 27 | 289  
10 Jul 2008 /  #714
THE BLACK ARE ALWAYS AFTER OUR WOMEN THIS IS UNNATURAL AND GOT TO STOP

"your" women? Who says they were ever yours? My girlfriend was never yours, she'll tell you herself.
TSJenkins - | 5  
10 Jul 2008 /  #715
HE REFUSEs HIS OWN GIRLS BECAUSE HE BELIEVE THOSE FROM THE SEED OF THE WHITEMAN TO BE SUPERIOR.
masks98 27 | 289  
10 Jul 2008 /  #716
I don't have my own girls, I've never had children
Dmowski - | 17  
10 Jul 2008 /  #718
I can understand him
masks98 27 | 289  
10 Jul 2008 /  #719
No woman belongs to any man except the one she gives herself to, and vice-versa. SO my girl's mine not yours. You sound like some extremist muslim.
Dmowski - | 17  
10 Jul 2008 /  #720
your woman is the girl of her father or yours?

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